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Passover or Easter, which is your choice, and the most important part of it.

  1. HOOWANTSTONO profile image60
    HOOWANTSTONOposted 7 years ago

    Passover or Easter, which is your choice, and the most important part of it.

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    AMBASSADOR BUTLERposted 7 years ago

    They stand side by side with each other. Passover takes care of the sin that separates human beings from GOD through the blood of Jesus Christ. Easter prepares human being to go to the highest level in knowing and walking with GOD moment by moment in an individual life on the earth before they die and crossover to the other side of death. It is GOD who chooses who will know and walk with GOD moment by moment on the earth like GOD have chosen me for this kind of relationship and it will cost you literally everything to know and walk with GOD moment by moment. Not everyone is called for this kind of relationship with GOD and is perfectly alright to just believe in GOD and have faith in GOD we trust. AMEN AMEN AMEN.

  3. FriendofTruth profile image69
    FriendofTruthposted 7 years ago

    Passover would be my choice.
    ('Easter' is actually a pagan holiday in origin. One can research this and find out about the eggs, bunnies, Ishtar, the sacrificing of babies, etc. The resurrection of Jesus was given this title later, to try to unite and combine the pagans and the Christians.)
    The Passover Lamb is Jesus the Messiah. He is the most important part of it. His precious holy blood, shed for my sins and for the sins of the world, that those who would believe in Him and make Him their Lord and Savior would not have to be condemned to eternal judgment, but could live with Him, redeemed and reborn, for all eternity.
    And then of course His resurrection would follow..

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    rommergrotposted 7 years ago

    Regarding the origins of Easter, FriendofTruth beat me to it.  It is mixing paganism with Christianity and I believe it to be a serious no-no!  However, Passover is important in biblical history and prophecy.  But what we refer to as Ressurection Sunday is definietly more important to me.  With out the suffering of the Lamb and and shedding of His blood there would be no Ressurection and without the Resurrection there would be no victory over sin and the wages of it.  I do not believe that the Ressurection was given the title of easter by any devine authority.  I choose Ressurection Sunday!

  5. celafoe profile image60
    celafoeposted 4 years ago

    passover was for the Jews and part of the Law which passed when fulfilled by Jesus.
    Easter is a bastardized heathen holiday invented by th catholic church.
    Neither of which is for Christians.    Jesus told us the only way we are to remember Him.  check your bibles.